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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2
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pûfhed through the crowd, and, with eight other companions, rode off, and never Hopped until he was * Gilbert de Inchmartin, F. « Edward de Keith. « Edmunde de Keith.—According to Knyghton, the brother of Edward de Keith. ' Reginald Kirkpatrick. * David de Lindefay,—faid by Fordun, to have been « the fon and heir of lord David de Lindefay,' anceftor of the earls of Crawfurd aqd Balcarras. * John de Lindefay. 4 Robert-Maitland,—called Montaient by Knyghton: from whence Abercrombie formed ' Maltalent, a French knight plainly Matulent, now Maitland, of Thirleftane, anceftor of the earl of Lauderdale. 4 Maitland,—the brother of Robert Maitland of Thinleftane. 4 Philip de Meldrum,—called de Mildron by Knyghton. 4 John de la More. * Adam Moygrave. 4 William Moubray.—There was a William Mowbray among the prifoners. 4 William de Ramfay, the father.—A William de Ramfay, pro-bably the younger, was among the prifoners. 4 Michael Scot, F.—of Murthockftone, now Murdiefton, an-ceftor of the duke of Buccleugh. 4 John St. Clair.—There was a John St. Clair among, the pri-foners. 4 Alexander Strachan,—called Straggy by Knyghfon. * —, , •• •, Strachan, the brother of Alexander Strachan. ' John Stewart. * John Stewart.—I conjecture that fir John Stewart of Dreg-born is meaut, whofe rather Alan was killed at Halidon. « Alan Stewart, the brother of John Stewart. * Adam de Wh it fom.—Knyghton has Adam de Nyston, which is 192


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